- The bones of the cranium are divided into the skull base and the calvarial vault.
- As the infection spreads in the temporal bone, it may extend into the cranium and result in cranial nerve palsies.
- There is also part of another male skull and an immature cranium from a six- or seven-year-old child.
- There were no significant skull fractures and so this really is a case of the brain rattling within the cranium.
- The eye is located within the orbital cavity of the skull between the cranium and the facial skeleton.